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Toronto dentist broke rules, had sex with patient, fathered child but still practising: regulator

Uptown Toronto dentist Dr. Amir Haydarian began a two year sexual relationship with a woman soon after she became his…

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Masking likely wouldn’t have eased respiratory virus surge in the fall: PHO document

Introducing a mask mandate when respiratory viruses surged in the fall may not have eased the crush on pediatric hospitals,…

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Masking likely wouldn’t have eased respiratory virus surge in the fall: PHO document

Introducing a mask mandate when respiratory viruses surged in the fall may not have eased the crush on pediatric hospitals,…

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Home builders call on Ontario for faster approvals, more skilled trade immigration

Ontario should speed up new housing approvals, increase skilled trade immigration, and “rein in” municipalities introducing varying green building standards,…

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Why doctors still use faxes, and why Ontario aims to phase them out of health care

The fax machine is 1980s technology that’s still being widely used in Ontario’s health-care system, but that could soon change.…

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We asked how Ontario’s labour crunch is affecting you. Here’s what you told us

This week, CBC Toronto launched Workers Wanted, a new series of stories exploring how the labour crunch is playing out…

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Ontario poised to boost fines for long-term care homes without air conditioning

The Doug Ford government is proposing to change some of the rules governing long-term care homes, including slapping higher fines…

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‘Crypto King’ associate wipes iPhone, hands over $1M in bank drafts payable to Aiden Pleterski

An associate of Whitby, Ont.’s self-described “Crypto King,” Aiden Pleterski, handed over more than $1 million in bank drafts payable…

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Metrolinx’s Osgoode Hall tree removal on pause as court grants injunction

Metrolinx’s planned removal of trees at Osgoode Hall has been put on pause until at least Feb. 10, after the…

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Calls grow to declare Toronto homelessness a public health crisis after extreme cold

Councillors in Toronto are set to consider keeping warming centres open 24-7 for the rest of the winter amid growing…

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